Warning: time spent at one of these three organizations in the western United States may result in an unforgettable outdoor adventure.
Atlanta-based Staplehouse and other restaurants around the country are filling bellies and hearts with their philanthropic roots.
These less familiar Southern locales are all enjoying a spur of activity as of late, adding to their appeal for meetings and conferences.
Under-the-radar cities in the Midwest offer a surprising number of things to see and do, as well as substantial hotel and convention space.
Texas has long been famous for its hospitality, but this year, things are getting even bigger across the Lone Star State.
As events and operations manager for the Center for Faith & Work, Cunningham plans and executes gatherings that generate conversation about the intersection
There’s fun for the whole fam in entertaining Gatlinburg.
Hillsong United has made its latest foray into mainstream media with its new feature documentary film, "Let Hope Rise," in theaters Sept. 16.
Actor Josh Duhamel returns to his home state for the latest North Dakota Tourism campaign.
Sheraton Georgetown is the Texas city’s first property where attendees can meet, dine, network and use the property as a base for exploring the area.
When choosing an outsourced planning partner—much like committing to a personal relationship—you want someone who “gets you,” who is open and honest,
The newest addition to the Smithsonian family in Washington, D.C., is the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Coordinating a meeting’s ground transportation is one of the most challenging aspects of a program. Here are three examples of setbacks and solutions
There’s an easily blurred line between professionalism and people-pleasing. Here's how to find the balance between the two.
Barna Group's David Kinnaman and Q's Gabe Lyons advise Christians on how to engage thoughtfully with today's culture.
Sadie Robertson started her speaking career as a high school freshman on A&E’s “Duck Dynasty.” Now she’s launching her own conference for
Delegates from 150 countries gather every six or seven years at the United Bible Societies’ World Assembly, considered the largest worldwide meeting
Greg Darley, director of college mobilization for International Justice Mission, is a leading voice in ending modern-day slavery.
The 18-year-old will hit 17 U.S. cities this fall on her Live Original Tour for teens, announced this week via Instagram.
The new president and CEO discusses her road to the top and Philadelphia’s growing reputation for hosting international events.
Denver Broncos’ champion QB Peyton Manning shares a few secrets to success – proven by last night’s Super Bowl win.
Fox has a hit on its hands with the success of "Grease: Live." Here are some tips from their production that you can take to your next live event.
The Vatican and Pope Francis are bringing together 150 leaders in sports, politics and religion to discuss how athletics can encourage social change.
Attendees at Expo Milano 2015 were well-bread. A 400-ft.-long baguette helped them reach their goal of breaking the Guinness World Record for largest
Catalyst Atlanta gives us three bright ideas of how to use a theme intentionally throughout all aspects of an event.
The World Meeting of Families was filled with impactful content, but the economic effect on the city of Philadelphia may have failed to meet expectations.
The star of season 17 of “The Bachelor,” Sean Lowe is an evangelical Christian making rounds on the speaking circuit and now an author of a new best-selling
Create some cross-generational appeal by hiring a top-notch choir as the entertainment at your event.
Author and public speaker Katherine Wolf discusses her inspirational recovery from a massive stroke.
In order to be creative, you must be vulnerable. Find out more tips on how to express yourself from creativity guru Timo Kiuru here.
Ray Ezelle, vice president of sales and services at Visit Virginia’s Blue Ridge, says a metro-mountain mix is a recipe for success.
Host an event that truly gives back
During a recent speech at Leadercast, Andy Stanley challenged the way leaders often delegate.
Home-based and remote work are steadily increasing trends that are inspiring shared meeting and non-traditional work spaces.